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    Calculating young's modulus from data provided

    Oops. I got the point, thanks a lot. :smile:
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    Calculating young's modulus from data provided

    Young modulus is slop of the stress vs strain curve in elastic region. The values which are given here as 100% & 500% moduli cannot be young modulus, because tensile strength is 5400psi which is generally much less than young modulus. Young modulus for this material should be around 150000 psi!
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    Calculating young's modulus from data provided

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    Calculating young's modulus from data provided

    I am using one film mateial (Polyester Polyurethane) for some purpose. I have got data sheet from the manufacturer with following details: Durometer 90Shore A D 2240 Specific Gravity 1.19...
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    Pressure distribution of buoyancy force

    Which density we have to use here? is it difference between two densities? And what hight will be used here? what is the reference point? I have tried this, I don't think it is a correct way to do it.
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    Pressure distribution of buoyancy force

    Let's say we have a solid cylinder which is fully submerged in water or any fluid having density lower than of cylinder's density. I want to find out how can we convert the buoyancy force in terms of pressure. Actually I am doing FE analysis of this kind of problem and software allows to apply...
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